I am keeping a list of McClatchy properties on the market. If you have anything to add, email me or leave info in comments.
Until more info comes here, here is the list:
- Historic Fort Worth Star-Telegram building for sale
- Vacant property adjacent to The Olympian building for sale
- Kansas City Star to sell printing facility and circulation complex
- Problems with Miami Herald's real estate estate deal?
- News & Observer to sell office building in Chapel Hill
- Charlotte Observer property (a building? a parking lot? need more info)
- Tri-City Herald (small office building? need more info)
- Modesto Bee (The Bee's building? need more info)
The Tri-City Herald has property for sale. It includes a small office building, which contains apartments used by interns (which got axed this year) and the employee fitness center.
Inside sources say as soon as Modesto Bee sells it's press, the building will go up for sale. They had 3 bidders but all backed out.
McClatchy Watch ...Please bump up the Star 17 comments from yesterday so we can get some answers today thanks
Funny how the Fort Worth paper sold their parking lot, but the few spots remained when to the Publisher who has the highest salary.
What does it tell you when the most expensive property of McClatchy is for sale?
If they really want to sell these properties, they need to advertise them on Craigslist.
RE: The sale of the Observer. The article appeared in the business section on 9/5/08. In it Ann Caulkins, publisher, said they are evaluating the site for potential sale. They should know by the end of the year. The property consists of the building and 9 acres surrounding it. At one time Donald Trump was interested in property uptown. If he's still got the money, I'm sure he could get a great deal! I've asked but haven't heard any updated info.
as before so sad it has come to this for the ST.....as i've said before amon carter is prob turning over in his grave as we speak....only it he were here today.....
Don't forget about the Whole kit and Kaboodle at the Miami-Herald
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